Scalloped Hasselback Potatoes

Scalloped hasselback potatoes step by step picture recipe.

They are fancy baked potatoes.

They are fun to make and they are fun to eat too.

They are full of butter,cheese, and cream deliciousness.

And they can be all yours… so let’s make them…

 

Scalloped hasselback potatoes step by step picture recipe. Ingredients.

This is what we need.

 

 

Scalloped hasselback potatoes step by step picture recipe. Preheat the oven to 400 F (200 C). Scrub the potatoes clean.

1. Preheat the oven to 400 F (200 C).

2. Scrub the potatoes clean.

 

Scalloped hasselback potatoes step by step picture recipe. Using a sharp knife, make slices across the potato, being sure to stop before you reach its bottom.

3. Using a sharp knife, make slices across the potato, being sure to stop before you reach its bottom.

 

 

Scalloped hasselback potatoes step by step picture recipe. Slice the butter and Parmesan. Next, open the potatoes’ crevices and shove the Parmesan and butter, alternating between the two.

4. Slice the butter and Parmesan.

5. Next, open the potatoes’ crevices and shove the Parmesan and butter, alternating between the two.

Tip: It helps to put butter in freezer for awhile before cutting it.

6. Transfer the potatoes onto an oiled baking sheet and drizzle a little oil on top of the potatoes.

7. Season with salt and garlic powder. You can be quite generous with salt.

 

 

Scalloped hasselback potatoes step by step picture recipe. Bake for about 60 minutes.

8. Bake for about 60 minutes.

 

 

Scalloped hasselback potatoes step by step picture recipe. After about 45 minutes, remove the baking sheet from the oven. Drizzle cream over the top and top with grated cheese. Any cheese you like. Return the baking sheet to the oven for the last 15 minutes.

9. After about 45 minutes, remove the baking sheet from the oven. Drizzle cream over the top and top with grated cheese. Any cheese you like.

10. Return the baking sheet to the oven for the last 15 minutes.

 

 

Scalloped hasselback potatoes step by step picture recipe. You can serve it with a dollop of sour cream.

And here it is, the precious little baby.

You can serve it with a dollop of sour cream, it makes a nice flavor combo.

 

 

Scalloped hasselback potatoes step by step picture recipe.

And this is what our lunch looked like today. Scalloped Hasselback Potato with chicken and a little gravy. Yummy!

Enjoy, dear friends.

See you soon.

Love,
Petra

(The recipe was inspired by TastyKitchen.com.)

30 Responses to Scalloped Hasselback Potatoes

  1. 1

    This looks delicious, fabulous comfort food! I can’t believe I’m the first one to comment.

  2. 2
    seamarie says:

    Looks and sounds like a remarkable side-dish. Gotta try it! I suppose the parmesan was used because it holds up longer to the oven heat, its flavor bonding with the potato rather than instantly melting down to the pan? Wonder what a substitute might be?

    • 2.1
      DAVID CAMPBELL says:

      IF YOU PAR-BOIL THE SPUD FOR 10 min. YOU CAN THEN SUBSTITUTE ANY FIRM CHEESE YOU LIKE.(remembering to deduct the 10 min. from the cooking time)

  3. 3
    Mike says:

    I have made Hasselback potatoes for over 40 years. But I have never made them like this! Am going to fix them like this for my Valentine this year. This recipe gives me some other ideas for them also.

  4. 4
    Matt says:

    I love this recipe. One thing I have found that helps on the third step is to place two chopsticks on either side of the potato – that way you won’t chop all the way through the potato.

  5. 5
    Carina says:

    What a simple yet super delicious sounding and looking recipe. I will try it tomorrow. I’m sure it will be very yummy. Thanks for the recipe!

  6. 6
    RL Tokyo says:

    @Mike – You’re going to slice open your Valentine so you can insert cheese & butter? I can’t see that ending well.

  7. 7
    Kellie says:

    G’day from South Australia & YUMMY to your wonderful site here!! I saw this recipe picture on Facebook under Creative Ideas…..cannot wait to try it this week as its great winter food. Thanks for the recipes and other creative ideas!! Will and have pass on the info and your website here!!!

  8. 8
    Niclas says:

    What kind of gravy is that? looks delicious too

  9. 9
    Seraph says:

    Omg! This looks so yummy! Especially when I’m a huge potato fan! Gonna try this some day…. :D

  10. 10
    vajdamarta says:

    Olyan guszta és egyszerű, hogy már készítem is. Kösz az ínycsiklandó képet a recepttel… :) :) :)

  11. 11
    Eva says:

    Hello Petra , these photos keep popping up everywhere and I love your “stuff” so much that I probably piss everyone off by telling them that they are yours. I’m sending them to your blog to enjoy the original posts ;o)))
    ‘Love all your work, thanks for sharing!!!

  12. 12
    Nora says:

    What does the Heavy Cream do?

  13. 13
    Biv says:

    This looks absolutely divine! I will make them for my husband’s birthday next week.

  14. 14
    Steven says:

    I tried this and it tasted quite good. But is there a way to deal with the puddle of half-burnt butter/grease? Am I doing something wrong?

    • 14.1
      DJ Babb says:

      I’d just line the pan with foil, let it catch the burnt grease, then toss the foil. Save a ton of time in clean up.

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  16. 16
    Art says:

    Where is the bacon???

  17. 17
    Juancho says:

    OMG that looks SOOOOOOOOO YUMMY!!!!!!!!
    i would eat ALL of your food OMG
    p.s.: it needs bacon :D

  18. 18

    gostaria da receira em portugues

  19. 19
    andrea says:

    eu gostaria ter ter essa receita em portugues…
    obrigada!

  20. 20
    curtisjunk says:

    Looks really delicious and easy to make, I just wish they weren’t called “Hasselback”, nobody wants a serving of right wing extremism with their meal.

  21. 21
    Sumayya says:

    How did you make the chicken and gravy in this picture? It looks delicious!

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  24. 24
    Sylvia says:

    OMG!!! I am a huge potato fan as well. very nutritional and yes it is a comfort food to! I can’t wait to try this recipe…I would precook for a few mins in microwave first, then cook in the oven! My 93 year old Mom loves food like this…So I will make this for the both of us! Thank you very much for sharing…:~)

  25. 25
    Kris says:

    I love how the potatoes completely fell apart when we tried to get the cheese and butter in.

    • 25.1
      Alex G. says:

      That was very delicious, thanks! Make sure you do not make too deep cuts into the potato, otherwise it will fall apart. Instead of using garlic powder and normal butter one could combine these with garlic butter

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    Fruzs says:

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  27. 27
    Stefan says:

    @curtisjunk Don’t worry about the name, it comes from a famous restaurant in Stockholm, Sweden, called Hasselbacken. http://www.restauranghasselbacken.com

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